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Thursday, May 29, 2014

Different parts of Saffron stigmas



  • Poshal saffron

  • Negin saffron

  • Super negin saffron

  • Primium saffron

 

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Quality and safety of our saffron

Quality and safety
The time when the physical aspect of saffron sufficed to buy and use it is long gone.
Our corporate values force us to go beyond consumers’ requirements.
Our Quality Assurance monitors the whole saffron production process, supervising every step –from its sowing in the field to the consumers’ table.
Our laboratory is constantly analyzing product samples and our work protocols guarantee the full trace ability of every batch of raw material.
Rigor in quality assurance results in safety. Our saffron meets the highest standards for hygiene and food safety. We have obtained the quality certifications that guarantee the suitability of our product.

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

#Saffron Zaafaran, Azafrán, केसर, ज़ाफ़रान.Aromatics for Food and Music

#Saffron Zaafaran, Azafrán, Aromatics for Food and Music 



Saffron is rather unique among spices in that its main aroma and color components are water-soluble;
therefore, the stigmata may be soaked overnight in water, filtered and the water then added,.
Another method is preferred in Persia and India:
The spice is powdered and then extracted with a little milk; after half an hour, the milk has the deep colour of egg yolk and is added to cooking or sweets.

Saffron is native to the Mediterranean environment

Saffron is native to the Mediterranean environment, characterised by cool to cold winters, with autumn-winter spring rainfall, and warm dry summers with very little rainfall. It can withstand substantial frosts (-10oC), and can tolerate occasional snow in the winter.


Due to the fragile nature of the stigmas of the crocus that are 3 to 4 cm in length, the stigmas must be hand removed and also for the harvesting of the crocuses this is done by hand as well because a machine would decimate the delicate petals of the flower.